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American Homes

History - American Homes & Customs

Ring Around the Rosie Bubonic Plague
Like a motel longhouse
Blackfoot tipi
Traditional song of the slaves spiritual
Celebration of families coming together reunion
Day for planting trees Arbor Day
Meeting held to make decisions powwow
Covering an arched frame with animal skins to make a home wigwam
Wealthy family homes in America Georgian house
Hole in the ground with hot stones used for cooking pit oven
Made of sandstone blocks cliff dwelling
Sioux lived in tipi
Home that stored heat from the sun solar powered
Used for a dwelling place tipi
They built houses built along the Missouri River Mandan
Common frontier home log cabin
Gifts you keep forever sentimental
Iroquois lived in longhouse
Diamond shaped panes of heavy glass that formed a pattern leaded
Anasazi lived in cliff dwelling
Had a center hallway longhouse
Rectangular, one-story house ranch
Made of buffalo hides tipi
Name the four types of Indians we dicussed Mandan, Iroquois, Sioux, and Anasazi
Name of the American president born in a log cabin Arbaham Lincoln
like an apartment building cliff dwelling
How many presidents were born in log cabins five
Created by: sandyb